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Wednesday
Jan212015

Marcel Breuer Laccio Tables by Knoll

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—01. Laminate tops.

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Usually when I get fixated on a certain piece of furniture, I can't help but hunt for it until it's in my home. The Laccio Tables, designed by Marcel Breuer and produced by Knoll, are one such example. They're not necessarily the type of thing that strikes you on first glance, but their Bauhaus style and minimal aesthetic make them extremely versatile. They tend to blend into their setting, allowing the space and objects around them to be the highlight, as good design often should.

Available from Knoll

Wednesday
Jan212015

Vans x Gosha Rubchinskiy Printed Slip-On

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—01. Available in Grey and Red.

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This spring Gosha Rubchinskiy releases his second collaboration with Vans, including an Old Skool alongside two colourways of the classic Slip-On. Featuring a canvas upper with a rising sun graphic, the Slip-Ons are a simple but playful interpretation of one of Vans' most iconic models.

Available from Dover Street Market

Tuesday
Jan202015

Prada Fall-Winter '15

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01-02. Images by Filippo Mutani.

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Prada's latest collection features a very muted palette, focusing on black and navy primarily, with a handful of key camel-toned hits. Beautiful outwear in nylon and wool create a contemporary silhouette with more tailored and trim trousers. It's not a collection that screams loudly, letting the clean shapes and luxurious fabrics stay at the forefront.

Images via T Magazine
Collection images: Style.com

Tuesday
Jan202015

Shin Murayama for Inventory at DSM London

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01. Levi's Vintage Clothing Doorstopper.
02. Dickies Wall Pockets.

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Last year we commissioned Shin Murayama to produce a series of utilitarian items using iconic products from Levi's, Adidas, Filson, Vans, Champion, Dickies, Red Wing and Saint James. Subsequently shot by Jason Evans for an editorial that appears in our eleventh issue, these repurposed pieces are now for sale at Dover Street Market in London.

Available from DSM London
Shin Murayama
Jason Evans

Monday
Jan192015

Missoni Fall-Winter '15

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01-02. Photographs by Marcus Tondo.

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Missoni presented their Fall-Winter '15 men's collection in Milan yesterday. Belted coats and slim tailoring were mixed with tunics, shawl-like scarves and signature knits, as plaid played a central role amidst a rich palette dominated by reds, blues and browns. Follow the link below to view the show in its entirety.

Images via Style.com
Missoni

Monday
Jan192015

Linklater: On Cinema and Time

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01. Created for Sight & Sound by Kogonada.

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"Linklater: On Cinema and Time is a moving visual essay, connecting temporally distinct moments in film history, and illustrating their continuities and differences. It looks at the ways in which film has changed, stayed the same, or elaborated upon its own stories over the course of the past century. The film is an exploration of the cinema of time and the history of cinema, matching an insightful interview with Linklater to illustrative moments in his own and other, classic films."

Aeon
BFI: Sight & Sound
Kogonada

Sunday
Jan182015

Jil Sander Fall-Winter '15

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01-02. Debut collection by Rodolfo Paglialunga.

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Tucking and turtlenecks seem to be in full effect, in the streets right now and for Fall-Winter '15. Jil Sander's latest show, and Rodolfo Paglialunga's first collection for the fashion house, provides an interesting mix of silhouettes, offering more volume than in recent seasons alongside a contemporary yet intelligent palette. There are plenty of long coats, a fine selection of knitwear, subdued pattern and a refreshing take on trousers throughout; injecting enough new life into proceedings to create some excitement, without straying too far from what the brand has become known for.

Images via Style.com
Jil Sander

Sunday
Jan182015

SoundCloud Spotlight: Compendium

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01. Intimate Desolation AKA Yung Cashmere Moth.
02. Broken Pieces AKA AM97 General Release.

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Before ever getting into clothing and fashion, music was the first thing I really immersed myself in. It was Michael Jackson and Boyz II Men to start with, but I quickly got into hip hop – a genre I continue to follow closely to this day. In the past few months I've begun to play with other people's music, inspired by new artists from all around the world working together and collaborating in new ways. This evolved into creating a handful of mixes, mostly for myself as an after hours activity. It's been both meditative and revitalizing, as I've enjoyed digging around the internet for new tracks, finding old ones to play alongside them, and discovering artists that I wouldn't have otherwise. Besides that, thinking up the names has become one of my favourite pieces of the puzzle.

SoundCloud: Compendium

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